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16 May 2008

More "Peanut-Free" Baseball

The Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy Association of Minnesota and the Minnesota Twins have done it again!  A peanut-free skybox at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis will be made available for 4 games this season: May 20, June 30, July 29, and August 18.  To purchase tickets, telephone 612-33-TWINS or 800-33-TWINS and mention the "peanut-free zone".  Tickets may be purchased online as well.  Additional information is available in the free press release.


Jenny said...

That is so great--I hope other ballparks follow suit.

My neighbor (a peanut-allergic little boy) has to avoid Wrigley Field due to all the peanuts everywhere. It's really hard on baseball fans with nut allergies so kudos to the Twins!

Unknown said...

I know there are more out there. I am trying to compile a list of all of them so we can have the info at our fingertips for vacation-planning, etc.